Six Fat Dutchmen

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The Six Fat Dutchmen was a polka band formed around 1932 by Harold Loeffelmacher in New Ulm, Minnesota. The band was known mostly for playing the "Oom-pah" style of polka music that originated from Germany and the German-speaking areas of Czechoslovakia. They were regular performers at the then-famous George’s Ballroom in New Ulm, and were voted Number One Polka Band for seven years in a row by the National Ballroom Operators Association. Compilations of their music continue to be produced and sold, more than 70 years after the band's founding. Wikipedia

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RankTitleYear*
1 Beer Barrel Polka 2008
2 Barbara Polka 2008
3 Dig That Crazy Oom Pah Man 2011
4 Schnitzelbank 2008
5 Sleigh Bell
6 Yellow Rose Of Texas 2008
7 Jenny Lind Polka 2008
8 Chopsticks Polka 2008
9 Wooden Heart Polka 2008
10 Lichtensteiner Polka 2008
* Approximate (assumes song was released same year as the album it was first released on)

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